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Aug 8, 2011 12:00pm EDT
fighting. >> he hits her, punches her, he slaps them around. >> steve: are these things happening in your home? >> yes. >> steve: slap your wife? has he ever punched you? >> i've slapped her. i'm going to knock her ass back down. feel me? >> steve: i'd like to feel you. get off my stanl. >> i hope she can open her eyes and leave him. >> i want to know if my daughter's husband is abusing her, hitting her? >> you going to stand there and lie? we have never once laid a hand on her. >> steve: you ever witness your boyfriend abusing your little girl? >> he does get aggravated. >> steve: he's refusing to come out. i've never touched my child. i've never hit a kid. >> steve: have you ever taken a lie detector? >> yeah. >> steve: here's the million dollar question -- since he's done that, have you ever had sex with him again? >> yes. >> steve: my guest is asia. you're 11 years old and you called my show, tell me what i can do to help you. >> well, i called your show because i'm sick and tired of seeing my mom getting abused by my dad and like he would kick her or punch her or choke her or kick he
Aug 9, 2011 12:00am PDT
factors with steve rattner, nouri al rabinny, bill sahlman and bill gross. >> what they're worried about today is slow growth, recession and risk. and e fact is, over the last couple of years we put a lot of stimulus in the economy, we got the economy growing again but it's like pumping air into a balloon. >> rose: you think there's a real threat of a double-dip recession in. >> i think there is at this point at least a 50% probability. >> i think you have to think about a new kind of manufacturing. i think a lot of people are going to start to move manufacturing back here. >> today we have global economies in the developed world that were based on expectations of 2% to 3% growth and now we're looking at 0 or perhaps something less. and so this stability that was is leading to instability in the future based upon slower economic growth and/or recession and therefore declining profits. >> rose: a look at markets and the defining factors of our economic future next. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] if you've had a coke in the last 40 years, you've played a part in building our global recycling p
Aug 2, 2011 11:00pm PDT
. the difficulty that arises is that the longstanding political balances that steve referred to are disrupted by these changes. it has political repercussions in turkey. the specific resignations, i think, really reflectio reflecte that's been underway for some time in civil military relations. it codifies what has taken place and codifies the superiority of civilian institutions in tha country. >> ros how much control doeserd, another institution? that's a controversial topic in turkey. and the government's sway over judicial institutions has been expand as a result of constitutional changes approved by the public in a referendum last september. as aractical matter, though, at present, st of the sitting judges in the constitutional court and throughout the jucial system are pointed by -- we appointed by other judges. d they reflect -- they reflect the inherited traditions, the inherited political views, i think, of jurisprudence going back some time. the government does have more influencamong certain elements in the country, and that's been an instrument that e authorities have used in thes
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